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Jun 23, 2008 | 12:57 PM EDT
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Experience life as a hungry spider at night. Can you complete the final achievement and eat a bat?

To move your spider, click on the web where you want him to go. To make your spider spin a strand of web, drag your mouse between two existing web strands (or a branch). Click on the insects that get caught in your web to eat them. This will earn you points, add to your spider's web supply, and keep your life meter up. If the spider's life meter reaches zero, he dies and the game is over.

There is a lot of strategy involved in maintaining your web to get it to a point where you can catch the bat. Saving bugs to eat for later is a great idea, but too many will weaken your web. A big web will help you catch more bugs, but will also be harder to maintain.

Looking forward to reading your reviews. I hope you enjoy the game, and good luck! nom nom nom...

NOTE: This Dig Your Own Grave game was created by the talented and debonair, Mr Teale Fristoe.

Reviews


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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

it was good but i hate the whole"web discenagrate.

loved it..... but the web sucks



M5000M5000

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Cool

A challenging game, I like the concept, and its fun. But, the we becomes harder and harder to maintain and takes away time to keep your spider alive.



sexytacoman1sexytacoman1

Rated 5 / 5 stars

good game

i like the game but the queen bees r really anoying


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BlitzbriegBlitzbrieg

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Arachnid

Love this game. I've been on it 3 or 4 times since first playing it, I love the concept and how original it is but I have the same problem with it which is the difficulty and how ridiculous it eventually gets,
for example I could have a fully span web, working perfectly, bees get the odd string which I can deal with I guess, but when they hit that one string and the entire web comes down it just feels a tad too much. or when a stag beetles flies through the very outside of the web and through the sticks obliterating that side of the web.

Just saying these things could be worked on. Web strength and such. But overall I really like the game, really good work, hope to see another version of this in the future =]


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TehDiseasedTehDiseased

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Not bad at all

I love the concept and style of the game, but as you move up the levels the difficulty in maintaining a web just becomes rediculous, more often than not a bee would just hit some strand and the whole (-whole-) web would fall apart (I would invariably have no string at all) and I would be a sitting duck for a painful and hungry death. Tweak web strengths.


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